Utility Scale Projects
A utility-scale solar power plant can be one of several solar technologies – concentrating solar power (CSP), photovoltaics (PV), or concentrating photovoltaics (CPV). What distinguishes utility-scale solar from distributed generation is project size and the fact that the electricity is sold to wholesale utility buyers, not end-use consumers. Utility-scale solar plants provide the benefit of fixed-priced electricity during peak demand periods when electricity from fossil fuels is the most expensive. TE has successfully completed 15.2Mw of projects under utility scale.
Project Size: 10Mw
Site Location: Kamuthi, Ramanathapuram, Tamilnadu.
It is one of the world’s biggest solar plant with the capacity of 684Mw developed by Adani Power. In this project, YES has successfully commissioned 3 blocks amounting to 10Mw.
Single Axis Tracking:
Project Size: 5.2Mw
Site Location: Kurunthamadam, Arupukotai, Tamilnadu.
This is a 10.4Mw ground mount project with single-axis tracking. YES has provided services for one block of 5.2Mw.